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Announcing the industry's best deployment
and runtime management solution for Node clustering.
Available now in StrongLoop Arc!
Built on top of the open source LoopBack framework, the StrongLoop Platform allows you to visually develop REST APIs in Node and get them connected to your data. In addition, the API Platform features built-in mBaaS features like push and offline sync, plus graphical tools with DevOps features for clustering, profiling and monitoring Node apps.
A graphical UI for the StrongLoop Platform that complements the slc command line tools for developing APIs quickly and getting them connected to data. Arc also includes tools for building, profiling and monitoring Node apps.
Easily connect your APIs to Oracle, SQL Server, MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SOAP and ATG with StrongLoop supported and community data connectors.
Built-in mobile services like offline sync, push, geopoint, social login and replication accessible via native SDKs including iOS, Android and Angular.
An intermediary gateway between API consumers (clients) and backend providers (API servers) that externalizes, secures, and manages APIs.
Graphical tools for debugging, profiling and tracing Node apps.
Graphical and command line tools for managing processes, building, deploying, and clustering Node apps
APM capabilities like Event Loop monitoring, GC, CPU and Memory usage stats, response times and slowest endpoints either hosted or on-premise.
On-premise and hosted solutions from our partners NPM, Inc, NodeJitsu and JFrog. Contact us to learn more.
Take advantage of StrongLoop’s expertise in Node and APIs through consulting, training, certification and technical support for StrongLoop products and open source projects.
At StrongLoop we don’t just build products for Node, we also help create it. StrongLoop was founded in 2013 by Node core committers Bert Belder and Ben Noordhuis and has made significant contributions to the Node v0.12 release. StrongLoop also maintains almost 100 open source npm modules and sponsors the popular LoopBack and Express frameworks.